Our services cover a full range of Commercial & Residential appraisal needs including but not limited to Retail, Mixed-Use, Industrial, Office, Medical, Church & Special Use, Land, Farm, Residential & Complex Residential and Condo Reports. We also offer services for Estates, Trusts, Land Use, Easements, and Litigation Support.
In addition to our qualified experience, we are quite easy to work with. We are always reachable and enjoyable to deal with. Our appraisal work and reviews are detailed, accurate, easy to understand and relevant. You can rely on us to always deliver the appraisal within the promised time frame and quickly solve problems that may arise. Our pricing is also competitive and fair.
You may jump, to the area of need by clicking on the words above, or feel free to read through our services below. As always, pick up the phone and call us with any questions you may have: 503-524-7577, and we'd be happy to find out how we may serve you.
Appraisals are performed for loan purposes, estate planning, purchases, insurance claims, divorce, sales, diminution in value, insurance coverage, asset review, estate taxes, and fair market rental value, just to name a few.
In this current market, you may be trying to decide whether or not to sell or hold on to your house and rent it until the market improves. What would your house likely sell for on the market today? What amount of rent could you realistically get currently and is that an option for you now? An appraisal along with a rental survey and income approach will answer those questions for you clearly.
We also perform residential appraisals for contamination issues, loss of view, access issues, residential land and estimating discounts for family limited partnerships. All appraisals are professionally performed in a timely manner and at a competitive cost.
In order for the IRS to accept a value of Real Estate to be donated, an appraisal by an independent certified appraiser is usually needed. Many times we are working with an attorney or tax accountant handling the paperwork for such a donation, but often we are hired independently by the owner making the donation.
Our experience as an Expert Witness lends strong support to the litigation process. We can supply an independent appraisal for the court’s records and back it up with confident Expert Witness Testimony.
May & Associates, Inc. ~ Appraisal & Consulting Since 1985 · 12945 SW 135th Ave, Tigard, Oregon 97223 · 503-524-7577
Commercial, Industrial, Retail, Office, Multi-Family, & Residential Appraisers. Personal, Estate, Trust & Investor needs.
Why do you need an appraisal? If your property is for sale, has lease renewals, is to be purchased or needs financing, an appraisal will determine the current market value or the best lease rates to advertise and can help with negotiations. If your property is to be donated, needs a tax reduction, or needs expert appraisal services for litigation, mediation, insurance value/claims or damage estimates, an appraisal is often required. Appraisals are another very useful and valuable tool for business planning or feasibility studies you can present to your lender, other investors or partners. We know what factors lenders look for in a successful commercial property and we know the Real Estate market.
You can rely on our over 27 years of experience to professionally handle your property appraisal needs and guide you through the process. If you have any questions about the appraisal process or whether or not an appraisal would be useful for you now, we invite you to give us a call!
Attorneys, Accountants and Law Professionals can rely on our values when estimating commercial, industrial, multi-family and residential real estate for trusts, estates and probate. We provide professional independent appraisal reports that meet the requirements of the local courts, the IRS, the Register of Wills office and various agencies.
Settling an estate usually requires an appraisal to establish Fair Market Value for both the tangible personal property and real estate property involved in the trust. Most often, the date of death (DOD) differs from the date the appraisal is requested. We are familiar with the legal procedures and special requirements necessary to perform this type of retroactive appraisal.